14:59:33 <DaveBarach> #startmeeting fdio-vpp
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15:00:38 <mackonstan> #info mackonstan
15:01:32 <DaveBarach> #topic agenda additions
15:01:46 <DaveBarach> #topic CSIT (maciek reporting)
15:03:00 <DaveBarach> #info 18.10 RC1 milestone / branch pulled (YAY!)
15:03:12 <DaveBarach> #info RC2 milestone tomorrow, don't expect any issues
15:03:36 <DaveBarach> #info haswell trending tests went down due to Ubuntu 18.04 move. Some issue with liveness detection
15:03:47 <DaveBarach> #info working again now
15:04:11 <DaveBarach> #info long list of deliverables on csit website. WIP items should be closed before release
15:05:02 <DaveBarach> #info new container-based test on xeons, arm test soon
15:05:22 <DaveBarach> #info almost all VIRL tests will be portable / supported in new container infra
15:06:11 <DaveBarach> #info promise to improve debuggability by reducing robot framework footprint
15:08:25 <DaveBarach> #topic honey comb (no report)
15:08:34 <DaveBarach> #topic Host stack (Florin reporting)
15:08:45 <DaveBarach> #info session layer, UDP, VCL bug fixes
15:09:55 <DaveBarach> #info TLS scaling: 10K connections causes issues. Looking for Ping to confirm before merge.
15:12:27 <DaveBarach> #topic aarch64
15:12:50 <DaveBarach> #info want to enable arm build after the 18.10 release
15:15:18 <DaveBarach> #info as in: voting on test results
15:19:24 <BillyM> #topic - cmake/ninja/gcc downstream CentOS/RHEL (Billy reporting)
15:19:24 <BillyM> #info CentOS NFV SIG - Trying to build with packages from other SIGs (cloud SIGs), and if that doesn't work, will build packages ourselves. CentOS bug filed to get packages added.
15:19:25 <BillyM> #info RHEL Downstream - There is hope. Since it's not in RHEL distribution, but in 'Layered Products', which are add-ons to RHEL, there is a way. Will have to build packages in repo. Using CentOS for initial research and will leverage off work.
15:22:11 <DaveBarach> #topic aarch64 (Tina T)
15:22:39 <DaveBarach> #info patch uploaded (memory ordering)
15:22:45 <DaveBarach> #info docs review by scott
15:23:59 <DaveBarach> #endmeeting